A council leader says the government should not be forcing voters to have some photo ID when they go to polling stations next month.
The Conservatives are promising to crack down on low-level crime - but can they really stop anti-social behaviour "once and for all"?
Voters will be heading to the polls in May for an unprecedented set of council elections in which more than 550 seats will be up for grabs.
We take a look at which councils are raising their tax the most to try and make ends meet
Suella Braverman was pictured laughing at a migrant settlement centre in Rwanda, but all was not quite as it seemed writes Paul Francis.
Sittingbourne and Sheppey MP Gordon Henderson has announced he will not be seeking re-election when the country next goes to the polls.
Calls for the government to retain some kind of nuclear energy production in Kent have been given a boost by the Chancellor.
The government's plans for an extension of free child care costs to help get people back to work have been welcomed by business leaders in Kent.
With an outcome to the Gary Lineker tweet saga the BBC must now work out where it draws the line, writes political editor Paul Francis.
Conservative members have selected their candidate for the next general election for a new-look constituency.
Rishi Sunak is gambling on a tough-talking asylum crossings plan which raises as many questions as it answers, writes political editor Paul Francis.
The Greens are celebrating their victory after winning a seat previously held by a councillor exposed for having connections with a fascist group.
Council bosses recruited twice as many staff to run a post-Brexit border facility as advised by government officials at a site sitting largely empty.
The creation of a giant Brexit border control site off the M20 is likely to cost taxpayers a staggering £70 million, it has emerged.
Swimming pools face an uncertain future, yet their presence is so important and it's time the government realised that, writes Paul Francis.
MP Helen Whately has been reselected as the Conservative candidate for the constituency she has represented for the past 13 years.
The allowances county councillors can claim will go up by at least £700 – costing the public purse more than £2m in total.
Two Kent MPs are facing crunch selection meetings as they seek to stand at the next general election in constituencies with newly-drawn boundaries.
Political Editor Paul Francis gives his take on the biggest stories.
School bus passes in Kent will rise in cost, with an increase of £150 to £600 considered.
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